Construction Management Technology

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Associate in Science
Program Coordinator: Mark Comeau - 860-215-9415

The objective of the Construction Management Technology program is to provide students desiring a career in the construction industry with entry-level skills. The Associate in Science degree introduces students to a broad range of courses required for basic performance in offices which support the construction industry, including construction companies, architecture and engineering firms. Course subjects include construction drawings and documentation, computer-aided design, building materials and codes, site and environmental appreciation and in addition, students will gain exposure to the principal concepts of accounting and management.

(suggested 2 year sequence)


Course ID Title of Course Credits
ARC* K135 Construction Graphics 1
ARC* K135L Construction Graphics Lab 2
ENG* K101° Composition 3
MAT* K172° College Algebra 3
PHY* K114° Mechanics 4
__________ Fine Arts Elective 3
ARC* K221 Contracts and Specifications 3
BMG* K202° Principles of Management 3
CIV* K150° Surveying I 3
CIV* K151° Surveying I Lab 1.5
ENV* K101 Environmental Studies 3
__________ Technical Elective 3
  TOTAL 16.5
ARC* K108 Building Materials 3
ARC* K227° Building Codes and Ordinances 3
CAD* K214° CAD- Construction 1
CAD* K215° CAD- Construction Lab 2
CTC* K120 Fundamentals of Construction Management 3
ENG* K202° Technical Writing 3
MAT* K186° Precalculus 4
  TOTAL 19
ACC* K115° Financial Accounting 4
ARC* K241° Site Analysis 2
ARC* K241L° Site Analysis Lab 1.5
CTC* K229° Construction Estimating 3
ECN* K102° Principles of Microeconomics 3
__________ Technical Elective 3
TOTAL 16.5

° Course has a prerequisite. Students should check course description.

Construction Management, Associate in Science Degree
Program Outcomes

Upon successful completion of all program requirements, graduates will be able to:

  1. succeed in entry level work in construction management well prepared to take advantage of opportunities into supervisory positions.

  2. expand their technical knowledge through lifelong learning and, if desired, further higher education.

  3. work ethically and responsibly in the construction industry

  4. apply their knowledge individually and in teams to solve technical and management problems.